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Missouri Guerrillas. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

Missouri Guerrillas. LEAVENWORTH , November 30.— The train on the Platte county railroad was seized yesterday, on its arrival at Weston, by guerrillas, under Sy. Gordon, and the U. S. Express Co.'s frei g ht appropriated. All the money was saved. The mail matter was not taken. Gordon had previousl y robbed the stores of several Union men of Weston. No more trains will be run on that road until this gang is dispersed. Maj. R. M. Hough, A. D. C. to Gen. Hunter, in command of four companies First Missouri Cavalry, as escort to a large train from Sedelia, arrived yesterday. The command had an engagement with the rebels at Black Walnut Creek, Johnson county, in which ei g ht were killed, seventeen wounded and five taken prisoners. Five ofthe Federal forces, including. Maj. Hough, were injured, none, however, serious!}-. The weather is cold,- and ice is running in the river.

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TEIBUTE OP EESPEOT. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

TEIBUTE OP EESPEOT. At the last meeting of the Emma Willard Literary Society of the Female Department of Waynesburg College, it was unanimously resolved that a committee be appointed to draft resolutions relative to the death ^PM ARTHA M. L INDSEV ; whereupon the President appointed as a committee, Kate T.azear, II. C. Miller, Mat. H. Parker, which committee reported the following resolution*: Resoh-ed, That in the death of MARTHA M. LIXDSFV—whom the All-Wise Being has seen fit to remove from our midst, while yet in the bloom of life—is an event which awakens our regret, and calls forth our keenest sympathy with those who are still more deeply bereaved. Jtcsohrd, That we recall with pleasure, and yet with pain, the past and pleasant intercourse she held with us while a member of our Society. Mcsflved, That we personally sympathise with the family of the deceased in this their dark hour of affliction; and while we are aware ofthe inability of all earthly considerations to allay...

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Suicide of an Editor, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

Suicide of an Editor, CONCORD, N. II., December 4.—S. C. Baldwin. Editor of the Laconia Democrat, committed suicide yesterday by jumping into the Winnepesaukee river from the Railroad brid ge^ No cause is assigned for the rash aC*P BSrThe Montgomery Advertiser has what purports to be a list ofthe killed and wounded of one regiment in the recent action at Pensacola. The number was seven killed and four wounded, including a Colonel.

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TESTIMONIAL OF EESPEOT TO SEEGEANT S. S. HOULSWOBTH. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

TESTIMONIAL OF EESPEOT TO SEEGEANT S. S. HOULSWOBTH. For the Messenger WUEREAS, SAMUEL S. HOULSWORTH , a worthy Sergeant of our company, died at Camp Pierpoint, Va., on the 27th of Nov., 1801, after a long and protracted attack of# Typhoid Fever; therefore, Resolved, By the officers and privates of Company F, that, in the death of Sergeant Houlsworth, we experience the loss of a worthy and efficient soldier, an agreeable companion in arms, and a most amiable gentleman. Resolved, That it is with the deepest regret, and the most profound sorrow, that we chronicle his death. Resolved, That though he died of disease, he was none the less a patriotic, brave, and noble soldier, nor was his death thereby rendered any the less glorious. Resolve^ That we deeply sympathize with his fjlrents. relations, and ' friends in their bereavements. Resolved,, That copies of the above be sent to the Greene countv papers. Lieut. L. K. EVANSi ) Serg't. J. E. LUCAS, j. Com B. K. HIGINBOTHAM , j D...

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LATEST MABKET EEP0ETS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

LATEST MABKET EEP0ETS. OFFICE OF THE EVENING CHRONICLE , ) PITTSBURGH, Dec. 5, 1861. ) Flour—The aggregate sales to-day at noon were 375 bbls., of all qualities, at the following rates: Family, $5@$5,25; Extra, $4,40@4,90, Fancy Brands $o.50@5, 75. As we are unable to obtain from first hand sales sufficient to g ive reliable prices, we g ive the above, all store rates. Coffee—Sales of 10 sacks at 17c. tb. Sugar—Sales of 8 hh ' ds. at 10c. Molasses—Sales of 16 bbls.at 48c ^ gal. Apples—Sales 31 bbls. from store, at $2,00@«2,50 ^ bbl. Corn—-Sales of 134 bushels of ear , on the wharf at 40e ^8 bush. Beans—Sales ot 50 bush, of navy from store at $1,35 ^8 bush. Cranberries—Sales 2 bbls, from store, at 87 f bbl. Dried App les^—Sales of 12 bushels from store at $1.37 f bush. Onions—Sales of 20 bushels from store at 40c %> bush. Game—Sales of one box of Partridges at $1,00 f dozen. Brooms—Sales of 50 dozen Fancy from store at $2,50 ^ dozen.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

SBS^^SB^BBSB^BBBmmm pm^mtcmgmm «0t 'fe jMgjj^Wlv Olisvr vs. Hughes, Ha. «. Jas* Tsok, MM Hook vs. On, No. 139, Jne Mnj, HM. Showsfter vs. Gump, No. St, tmm» Tssss , IMPBlack vs. Shelby, . No. 114, Jane Tins, I8» Smith's beirs vs. Payers, No. IDS, March Term, 1MI D. A. WORLKY, FroawsMMasy. Prothonotsry's Office, Dec. 4, 18fl. tint of ApplicMta for Llwill to keep Eating H«MIM». WALTER B. HUDSON, Newtown, Whiter* township. * v D. A. WORLBT .Cksk. Clerk's Office, Dec. 4,1861. CHESAPEAKE BAY OYSTERS. ELI YOUNG, AT THE CORM7COPIA, - NO. 40 FIFTH STREET, W,„u PITTSBURGH, PA., ILL be receiving daily, throughout ^m^_ the season, fresh CHESAPEAKE .^ssssBm. BAY OYSTERS, FISH, GAME, fcc ,/rV]\£% which he will furnish at lowest marketV>/ V rates to Hotels, Restaurants and private taatliaav—Oysters hy the single Can or less. Oct. 9, i861:ly. Fifth Avenue Exchange * DAN. BARNAUL^ Proprietor, NO. 72 FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH, FENN'A., HAVING had many years experience _ ^ in the business, ...

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oouinorn Conclusion of the Pickens Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

oouinorn Conclusion of the Pickens Affairs. papers to tno znn contain scattered accounts of the Pickens affair. The bombardment commenced on the 21st , and continued, with occasional intermissions, ni ght and day, until the 24th , when Col. Brown ceased firing. The rebels did not respond until after the fire had commenced. The fire of the fort, and outside of Santa Rosa Island batteries, was directed against Fort Barrancas and other rebel batteries, the rebel steamers , Time andNeland,and the Navy Yard, while the Federal vessels engaged Fort McRea. The rebels admit sixteen killed and wounded. Considerable damage was done to Mcllea , including the caving in of the powder magazine, and partial destruction of the Navy Yard, Warrington, and a rebel train hauling provision to the rebel army. The rebels seemed to act strictl y on the defensive. The stories about the disabling ofthe Colorado and Niagara appear to be unfounded. The Time and Neeland wore somewhat damaged, but got out o...

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~ A Bifof War Bctffiance.' [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

~ A Bifof War Bctffiance.' A correspondent ofthe Ciarksville Jeffersooian, wxjting from Columbus, KentuckyyySays: "Quit* a romantic. litt]e-i»eid«r}t"developed". itself here yesteMbjr, Al^iff from Cairo, with afls|#tlSfic'fc; m *4® \* ra^diMg in front oC,Cre%. -PillovPS' headquarters, it contained a young gentleman and a young laay. /The young lady was a native''<jf j^rt Gibson, Miss., and has beenJjPigg to scbool at Columbus t)hto.: When the war commenced she found 8he could not get home, and haB been waiting,fqr several months t^_ s. . ee her natiye soil. Finally a gallant yoang Linconite, who was probably an ardent feting lover also, profiiaroVf Jstfl services to conduct her to tbiB j daee. At Cairo he procured passports from General Grant, and the couple started out in a skiff, and made the trip down in four and a! half bxwps. General Pillow gave j tte young man a pass to return.— The affair created some little excitement, and furnished some food for conversation. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

CrBJUBSG COUNTY, as. IN the Orphan's Court of said county, of March term, l-fjfejln. t,. ; In the matter of the partition of the real estate of ThSmajf Lucas, Sr., late of Cumberland township, deceased. ijal nor, to-wit: September ISth, 1861, 8heriff Wyajntinaltes return of Inquisition; same day Inquisition confirmed by the courts. •flMfe 'And now. to-wit: September 24th, 18SI, the ¦^^"Xcwurt grant a rule upou the heirs and legal ^spsssWrtnresentatives of the .-aid deceased to appear on the fin t day of next term, to accept or refuse the said realestate, at the valuation or bid {or the same, or shosr cause why the same shall not be sold, and to pay the costs of the partition, fee And also direct Bervice to be made on the heirs residing out ofthe county, by publication in the Waynesburg "Messenger" four weeks, the last publication to be if *B» Bjcfiwe the^etqirn Of tbi« rule. , $f| sH5*Jri. ' »- 'A. WORLEY, Clerk's Office, Oct. .10, 1861-41. Clerk. *• BS TO RICHJUflTD ! - . t BUT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

1 JJ^*ffit p^W^Ms i *^*^ <H^ Tfrim t i.«. BVRcariEiyMi ifAWWT *r»ERT, PITTSStJRen, PA. jrm*r CJitioos, .-. MEtr QJJI - OIUMS, . . JfEW BLKJlCtfBD JHTSLltfS, JfJC W PLMD FLAWM18, SA ' TIJfKTS, KKNTVCKY JEJIJtS, i- . rCJISSIMBBES, CIMiHS, REDrLAJtXjtLS , YELLOHTrLJUffTELS , BRET ELAifJtEU}. In additiea to the above, we are closing out our entire stock at reduced prices for cash par money. The ettich will be found one of the best and fullest ia the city. Sept. 11.1861—6m. WALX. FAPSB., Tltr±xkC&K»-w»7- mia.th*a.*»m* EVERY VARIETY—LOWEST PRICES. JOHN J. DBZOUCHE, Us WOOD STREET, CORNER STH.. PITTSftURSH, PA. Green and Buff Oil Cloth for Blind*. Cord, Tassels, and Curtain Trimmings of every desciiption. Also, a fine assortment of Gilt Cornices. Sept. 11,1861. ax«« A.V.SCOTT. W. H. SToaasoa. N.U.Wautaa, SCOTT, STUBGEON & CO., Importers and Jobbers in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC F*ajQw~ere- GOODS, And manufacturers of all kinds of Looking Glasses and Children's Coaches,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

IssaUJsaLaaskaJs «- QJLksa*a4Ma^ssSsasVa ' WmSng^ * ^WMUMIWIUB; yQtT r. toira, pirraaneH STBAM UFIKBD CAHO¥ Hl4«FFACTO»*. WHOLESALE DEALES IS Foret g H anJ Domestic Fruilt, Suts , Pickles , Praerva, Sardines, cfrc. 1ST LIBERTY STREET, j PITTSBURGH, PJ. I Having a -large connection with importing housrs, E»t, 1 asn prepared to furnish Country Dealers with a large assortment of Foreign Fruits as they arrive in their season, on equally as good terms as th.y caa buy elsewhere. I asa ;iowreceivfa>g s new crop of Orangei, Lemons, Figs . Dates, Raisins, Primes, Plums, Currants and everp description of Nnts Also, Fresh Peaches in OansofasupeTior quality, Pickles, Preserves, Olive, Oil*, Cataaps, 4-c. Comaioh Fancy and Crystalized Candies, manufactured from the best of materials, and will be sold at lite lowest prices. I wouW call special at'ention to my Cough Candy. It is not surpassed in the Country for the care of Coughs and Colds. TBI IT. February 87, 1861—no 38. €• YEACrER &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

WkmWmkm^mhmmmkSmS^mkWkmmmi^^BSIkmWSmm.. % I u* w * wmif%, \ ffy^ wi ¦9<^i£t;».**Q*. MIST la Wejrneshurg. ha Allison's Hall, owaalte thg CourtHouse, on Thursday evening of efth week, at 7J o'clock. Orrtoas. - . . DAVIDBtCIUNAN ,P.O. |?| \ . p ' rtffi'v! e ° J. F. TEMPLB, Sec'y. B. F. HEBBINOTOM , Trees. W. A. Poarca, Chaplain. Nsv. 6,1881. . lNTB^W aOODS AT MINOR & CO.'S THE Farmers' and Mechanics' Exchange are now opening a very large and well selected stbok of FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS, Which have been purchased on such terms as will enable them to sell at LOWER PRICES than ever. LADIES'DRESS GOODS In endless variety. Their stock ef Silks, Merinoes Plain and Figured Delains, Plaids, Grey Goods; inshor every description of Ladies' Wearislarge- Asupplyo, FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS. Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers, Bonnet Velvets and silks. * MouRNiarojaooDS, &c. II'SIIM! MS flllll Cloths, Cassimeres-Vestings, Tweeds and everything nthc Staple and Fancy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

SeafcMe Dry Ms! - ~ _-- ¦ » .^ » «»¦ a. . R. fc. CAMPBELL, Having jsjst received a large slock of goods from the Eastern cities, which he is determined to sell as low as any other establishment in Waynesburg, for cash or aood produce, consisting in goods ofthe following: Clothes, Casimeres, Bufialo, Cord, Shawls, 'Ticking Blankets, Fianne>», Lindseys, Drilling, Canton Flannels, Check. Under Shirts and Drawers, Silks, Ginghams, Merinos, Alpackas, Cashmeres, Paramettoes, Cobourgs, of all colors, Delaines, and Plaids, Larel.a, Cloths. Debages, Hosiery and • Gloves of all kinds Mohair Caps. Collars, Fringes, Silk and Tabby velvet, all kinds of Ribbons Silk Ribbons, Cambrick, Swiss Mull, Jackonets, Figured and plain Muslin. And many other articles to tedious to mention In advertisement, *M pieces of Calicoes, 200 pieces of Brown and Bleached muslins, Ladies Cloaks, a beautiful article Ladies Skirts. HARBWARR Mill and Cross cut Saws, Stilyards. Knives and Forks Table and tea Spoo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

jjtftsfergj JlroetfeiKtttts. CHEAT IKDTJCEMBMTS 1 NEW FAU GOODS! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN Immense Stock of Silks, CLOAKS, DUSTERS, DRESS GOODS, &c, &c PZUN T S , Of ail tbe eeiebrated makes, from &i cents up. SHEETINGS AND SHIRTINGS, The most popular brands, which we retail at Wholesale prices. Also. Flannels, Blankets, Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans, House-Keeping Goods, . Hoop Skirts, fcc. N. B. As we do a large wholesale business in connection with our retail, we are able ro sell Goods at RETAIL CHEAPJIR than any retail house in the city. COME AND SEE, whether you want to buy or not. J. W. RARKER & CO. NO. 59 MARKET STREET, | Oct. 9, 1861:3m. Pittsburgh, Pa. . oo S za ; rt g i g i £ U « • t . ° * § * % % £ mm I - « \ i 3 i % h g * H* it I A i 3 " S o 211 s« < % i ^ s LJ-H 3 S V - .T " * W^O'S Pf rn 2 a H!gis H§ 11E« i g I 8 4 8 § JS3 Sis**! sa w a §¦ fi Ssi 0 3 3 8! o! £ H < O * ATTRACTIVE DRY GOODS!!! 1 ss s&gt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

HAI HV> Op! ^sf H»tT Uttfty WmW REITORBtf. Just PubUtktd, in a Sealed Envelops, A LECTURE ON THE WATTJRE, TREATMENT .AND RADlCAi, CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness, and Involuntary**»missions , producing impotency. Consumption and Mental and Physical Debility. By ROBERT J. CULVEHWELL, M. D., The important fact that the awful consequences at self-abuse may be effectually removed without internal medicines or the dangerous applications ofcau-t ics, instruments, medicated bougies, and other impera cal devises, is here clearly demonstrated, end he enirely new and highly successful treatment, as adopted by the celebrated authur tully explained, by means ef which every one is enabled to cure himself perleclty, and at the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all Ilia advertised nostrums of the day. This lecture win prove a boon to thousand.- and thousands. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ddress, post paid, on the reecipt of two...

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HmMmm* B^llatax^p . flill [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

HmMmm* B^llatax^p . flill :^ ^_ «^a(BM| »|aB^MB5s»1sxaBsBssBsBs - oM«t«BOa^erBOe*wick wm <MJm ujSSi tj^old. jm incpfesj.orl jtjie body of'W'kbdfive yours old, named John JIcKenna, yrho na<f died dlifing the &L&&$fa'QlrJK lujR yteifced the. bouse, which ifion Li^eXt^j^rjeet. in j^he vicinity of. Weeley Chape!, In company with AlderirMMi-fUiW Wl« PlBcer Stt*ln*t*f*tl!r Mayor's police;. OH entering they found thefather'l^tojj'insensible from drink the motherTalmost in the same ' •J>H»^5b'*e f'1, *g of** a ^0? <>f b * looa by a wonnfl caused b y. a fall, the boy dead irt'bed and a younger child ,4$ t*<* " ^Mre Wretched from neglect-, A jury oflntjn#Btwas srnn m ^B§fi*to "wn<iH1 ™* besotted mothejrfilsnjM^bJat thjenoy had came In crHringjrhe tnovnisg, lain down and slepti Bli flay till about five o'clock in the evening, when he took eonvulsionsjuid^d ^ Tb^nrig bbors 6»id the Jpniljr wered^xneh. addicted to d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

THE WAYNESBURG MESSENGER, PUBLISHED BT H. W. JONES & JAMES S. JENNINGS, AT WAYNESBURG, GREENE CO., PA. m ^ # «> » —— gT-OFFICK NBABX.Y OPPOSITE THE PUBLIC SQUARE. . rTj •taifii B ) "' S*»»C«IPTIOII.—SI 50 in advance; 81 75 at the ex-¦ pfaattoB of six months; S3 00 within the year; 82 50 sJLarthe-expirationoftlie year. 'T thMnausEMSBTS inserted at SI 00 per square for Ijasjllwiniiliiiiiii mill ** 1 * rli addilion-Al'lneertion; (ten lines or less counted a square.) " '> JEJ* Aliberal deduction made to yearly advertisers. • JtyiM* PUIIUO, of all kinds, executed in the best ¦ me, «H5 oh reasonable terms, at the "Messenger" Job

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gttet fjfertlatra [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

gttet fjfertlatra 1ISKT BUSINESS. I tell you, sir, it is a risky business to touch the brain. A minister of the Gospel told me of a member of bis congregation, as noble a fellow as ever lived—generous—there was not a member of his church that gave as much as he, though only a member of the congregation, for the support of the Gospel; rich—sleeping partner in a firm in New York; with a wife and one child ; living in good style. The onl y fault the minister had to find with him was, he would occasionally take a glass of wine, and would g ive it to the young men and be said he had often talked with him about it. One day he saw him playing with his boy and asked him—" Do you love your son ?" " Love him! noble little fellow ! I love him better than my own life." "You would not harm him?" "Harm him! hurt my boy! Sever!" "Now j^ou never thought that glass of wine"—"Stop, you are a fanatic; I respect you as a minister , but not your fanaticism on that point. The idea of a g lass of ...

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' §tM iflrtttj. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

' §tM iflrtttj. HOW I LIYE. Living friendly, feeling friendly, Acting fairly to all men, ¦Seeking to do that to others They may do to me again ; Hating no man, scorning no man, Wronging none by word or deed j But forbearing, soothing, serving, Thus I live—and thus my creed. Harsh condemning, fierce contending, Is of little Christian use ; One soft word of kindly peace Is worth a torrent of abuse ; Calling things bad, calling men bad. Adds but darkness to their night; If thou would'st improve thy brother, Let thy goodness be his light. I have felt and known how bitter Human coldness makes the world—Every bosom round me froze, Not an eye with pity pearled ; Still my heart with kindness teeming—Glad when other hearts ar« glad—And my eyes a teardrop findeth At the sight of others sad. Ah! be kind—life hath no secret For our happiness like this ; Kindly hearts are seldom sad ones, Blessing ever bringeth bliss; Lend a helping band to others—Smile though all the world should frown, M...

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THE HEROES THAT HAVE DIED [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

THE HEROES THAT HAVE DIED The newspapers have done their full share in handing General Baker down to fame. It is well that they should do so; he was worthy, and his name and his fame will be cherished and remembered in future time. So has it been with Ellsworth , so with Winthrop, and so with the noble General Lyon. They have been the subject of frequent and well-deserved panegyric and eulogy. The nation has felt their loss and mourned over their death , even though in dying, they became doubly famous.— We would not have had it otherwise , and would not detract one iota from the merit , gallantry, or nobleness of either of them. Would to God they were living to-day, to take part in the great struggle which must still go on though they have died. But while remembering and cherishing the noted ones who have yielded all upon the altar of their country, and vet bequeathed a legacy of honor to"their posterity, we would not forget the unnoted brave, who have died and made no sign. J...

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